Ashitaba Health Benefits

 
04-Feb-2011 by

The ashitaba health benefits are immense, suggest website organic ashitaba. The website says that ashitaba is the superfood and wonderdrug because it is laced with “13 minerals, coumarins, fibers, proteins, saponins, 11 types of vitamins and so on. The ashitaba health benefits are also mentioned in many of the ancient Chinese medicinal texts.  It has been an integral part of the Japanese and Chinese diet in form of tea and accompaniment during meal times, since last thousand years or more. The word ashitaba in Japanese translates to “leaves of tomorrow”. Through this blog we have tried to tell you about some of the most celebrated health benefits of asthitaba described in various medical texts:


 

  • Healing: The ashitaba is rich in compounds that aid in fast healing. This is topically used to curb the spreading of infectious bacteria, cysts, pustules, boils, athlete’s foot and they can work against various serious fungal infections too. It is valued for its powerful anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. The experts say that ashitaba possesses the property to prevent infection on skin and they generally deliver smooth texture to skin. By reaching towards the end of this blog you will agree with us on the point that this is indeed one of the most potential amongst various other ashitaba health benefits recounted in this blog.
  • Blood purifying: Blood purifying is one of the most potential ashitaba health benefits ever known to mankind argue herbalists. The compounds in ashitaba help in removing toxins from blood, and purify it. These compounds work by shooting down the razing sugar levels, cholesterol and also aid in lowering the blood pressure.
  • Pain reliever: This is one of the most revered amongst all other health benefits of ashitaba argue some scientists. This herb has been known for its pain alleviating properties and has been used in the preparation of several pain relieving medicines. The herb is known to act by curbing muscle spasms and alleviating pain experienced in the joints. They were found to have strong anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic properties.
  • Digestant: This is relatively a subdued facet of ashitaba health benefits known to us. The herb was found to be loaded with compounds that speed up digestion process by eliminating the toxin present in the blood. They also work on strengthening the digestive system and speeding up the digestion process.

 

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Comments

Anonymous

reu buds says :

in my checking in the internet, the pictures of ashitaba differ. single leaf, triple, long stemmed one wide leaf, which s d genuine? does each variety differ in the benefits they provide?
Posted on: 21 August 2011 - 10:33pm
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